Pavel Zajíček

Pavel Zajíček (born 15 April 1951, in Prague) is a Czech poet and musician. In 1973, he founded the experimental band DG 307 together with bassist Milan Hlavsa. Seven years later, he emigrated from Czechoslovakia and lived in Sweden, later in the United States. After the Velvet Revolution he returned to Czechoslovakia, where he played with restored DG 307.

His lyrics were also used in recordings by the Plastic People of the Universe (for example "Apokalyptickej pták" from ''Egon Bondy's Happy Hearts Club Banned''). In 2014 he received the Revolver Revue award. He also starred in the Czech comedy film ''Buttoners''. In 2007 he released a solo album, ''Kakofonie cesty''. His theater piece ''Pustina'' premiered in 2014, in which he also played a major role. Provided by Wikipedia
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